Al-Mortada on ‘World Voice Day’: Lebanon will remain the voice of free culture, port explosion that will not subside until the voice of justice rises

NNA - Minister of Culture, Judge Mohammad al-Mortada stressed, in a statement on the occasion of the “Word Voice Day” on April 16, that "Lebanon will remain the voice of free culture," recalling "the sound of the port explosion, which will not subside until the voice of justice rises, announcing the truth."

"April 16 is the World Voice Day, and Lebanon will remain the voice of liberal culture, the voice of values that struggle to lift injustice and confront aggression and liberation, and the voice of Fayrouz singing beauty, goodness and nostalgia to Arab cities from Beirut’s gulf, far-reaching the coast of Alexandria and passing through Jerusalem, Damascus, Baghdad and other capitals of Arab glory,” he said.

“On the World Voice Day, we also remember the sound of the port explosion that ravaged the conscience of every Lebanese, which will not subside until the voice of justice rises, declaring the non-politicized truth away from the agendas of chaos they want for this country,” Mortada concluded.

 

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